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Fearless – The mesmerizing and surreal photographs of Rosie Hardy

Fearless – The mesmerizing and surreal photographs of Rosie Hardy

Bob Stroody | London

Bob Stroody ~ Digital landscapes

“Bob Stroody - Artist from the UK (Digital art ("Morning Light")”

I AM MORE on Behance

This amazing series of multiple exposures by Christoffer Relander, from Finland, is done in camera, and for a great cause! It is a charity campaign for Children With Tumors. More awesome photos after the jump!

Natalie Shau for Solitaire Magazine

Solitaire Magazine - Inside illustrations mixed with jewelry editorial and magazine cover.

"I think that your entire life is a process of sorting out some of those early messages that you got."

Love Photography, working with special effects on photos Colorful People, Places & Things and Pretty Fantasy, Interacting with people around the world All the Goodstuff! All things Caribbean & Ocean & Beach, Love Seasonal Art & Photos I am the Real.

True Dolls

True Dolls

awildwomanhowls:  The Morrighan - Celtic Goddess of War and Sovereignity  In Celtic mythology, the Morrighan is known as a goddess of battle and war. However, there’s a bit more to her than this. Also referred to as Morrígu, Morríghan, or Mor-Ríoghain, she is called the “washer at the ford,” because if a warrior saw her washing his armor in the stream, it meant he was to die that day. She is the goddess who determines whether or not you walk off the field of battle, or are carried off upon…

Gwen would have a thinner more chiseled face and slightly thinner, more arched brows but the general idea is there. Morrighan - Celtic Goddess of War and SovereignityIn Celtic mythology .

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